On September 19, 2014, the Times Standard published an article on the progress being made on the Salt River Ecosystem Restoration Project.
Read the article entitled “Stakeholders view progress on Eel River delta restoration projects” here.
In addition, on September 27, 2014, the Times Standard ran an editorial which stated that the Salt River Ecosystem Restoration Project was “an example of the best Humboldt County politics has to offer.”
Read the editorial entitled “Salt River project a model of compromise” here.
Photo by Michael Macor, sfgate.com
The front page of the San Francisco Chronicle today (8/10/14) featured a story about the restoration of the Ten Mile River watershed in Mendocino County. The project is led by the Nature Conservancy which is working with landowners along the waterway to restore the river’s wetlands and bring back the coho salmon. There are many parallels between this project and the Salt River project.
Read all about it here at sfgate.com.
These photos show the progress being made to the Salt River channel alongside the SRWC’s Port Kenyon property. In addition, there are several photos of the cofferdam placed at the confluence of Reas Creek and the Salt River. This cofferdam is preventing any water from the Salt River entering the excavation area. These photos were taken on Thursday, July 31, 2014.
These photos were taken at the corner of Dillion and Riverside Roads. Please do not enter this area unless you have permission from the project team. Thank you.